Dickson House Cultural Centre, Kuwait City
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
See the possessions of a British colonial administrator from 1920s at Dickson House Cultural Centre. With his wife, Harold Richard Patrick Dickson lived in this house until his death. Dickson wrote books on Kuwait, and the government as well as locals respected him. After the Iraqi invasion, the government restored his home and exhibited his documents. In addition to letters and documents from that period, this house presents the rare example of 19th century Kuwaiti architectural style. See rare documents as you walk through the complex's 30 rooms. Make Dickson House Cultural Centre a part of your Kuwait City vacation plans using our Kuwait City trip itinerary maker.
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Not always easy to find this place open but if you do it is well worth a visit. We had a great guide who told us some really interesting stories.
We were just walking on our way to Souq Sharq when we stopped by this place on the Arabian Gulf Road, didnt knew what it was at first, however, when we enquired with the guard, he told us it was a mus... read more »
This place was definitely unexpected. Recommended by a semi-local person claims to offer authentic local food. Well it was authentic alright. The place is nice and clean, and the food is tasty, little... read more »
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